Great service, thank you!
I received excellent customer service from Libby. I would definitely recommend.
Orlando and team were fantastic, as always, communication throughout was brilliant. I would never travel Qantas again though, the cutbacks were obvious. Inflight meal was abysmal. Give me Singapore any day for service and being looked after.
Brilliant service and staff
Hotels were excellent, especially the Alila Ubud. Service from Tristan was excellent
Glen always arranges the best holidays for us, he has taken us on the Orient Express, to Crete, to Dubai and this time Singapore! He is so knowledgeable and reliable.
First class service from Carla and her team
Anton was so helpful and polite.Very pleased.
I am more than impressed with Tara who was extremely helpful and checked to make sure everything was OK after I had booked. I would definitely use DialAFlight again.
Perfect every time
As always excellent service, thanks Philip
Very helpful thank you. Since this booking I have made another.
Eric is great and offered us lots of choice that met our requirements and budget
Many thanks again to Nicky for the fantastic service she always delivers.
Adam and team always a great pleasure to discuss our holiday plans with and look after our travels. Professional, experienced and knowledgable. Very good follow ups and communication
We have already recommended you to friends and family. The gentleman we dealt with was Raj, he was excellent. Thank you Raj.
Dexter made it all very easy and would certainly use DialAFlight again.
As ever with DialAFlight you can always depend on them to do an amazing job. Highly recommend these guys.
Every time I use DialAFlight things have gone well. I have recommended you to many friends who now use you themselves.
Another successful trip. Thank you DialAFlight team
Extremely impressed from start to finish thank you - will definitely use DialAFlight again. Everything went smoothly and as planned.
Stephen and his team showed great professionalism in their work
Fantastic trip and as usual Kylie did an amazing job of making it all go smoothly.
As always Ryan and team did us proud.
Bradley was absolutely amazing. Called and made sure that my children were OK and did they need anything. I was taken aback about the excellent service. I’ve never had that before
I have recommended Lee to another friend which must be about 5 or 6 people now.
Thank you for organising our holiday. All went to plan with only one delay and you informed us in good time. Would recommend the Fairmont Hotel in Beijing.
Dave did another fine job for our flights to Singapore.
Singapore's star is shining ever more brightly as a top tourist destination - it has a fantastic bar and foodie scene and a host of new design hotels. And of course it has a reputation for being a super-safe and super-clean city.
The island city-state off southern Malaysia is a melting pot of trade, tourism and cultures - it's a global financial centre with a tropical climate and multi-cultural population.
Its colonial core centres on the Padang, a cricket field since the 1830s and now flanked by grand buildings such as City Hall, with its 18 Corinthian columns. And in Chinatown, dating from about 1820, stands the red-and-gold Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, said to house one of Buddha's teeth.
Singapore is ideal either as a final destination or as a stopover en route to Australia or New Zealand. Here's how to get the best and most fun out of it in two days.
A selection of flights from Heathrow land round about 6pm local time.
A 30-minute or so drive from Changi airport will get you to your hotel - and shortly afterwards to the bar, with perhaps a Madame Butterfly cocktail in your hand (tequila, watermelon, rosé wine and soda water).
Singapore's famous Raffles is reopening this summer after a major refurbishment, so a revitalising Singapore Sling will be available there - or otherwise that particular cocktail can also be thoroughly enjoyed at the Loof bar in the Civic District.
Day One, morning
Download the Grab app - Singapore's version of Uber - then head to the Marina Bay Sands Hotel, where you can pop up to the rooftop Lavo restaurant for brunch with a view. The ricotta pancakes with lemon and blueberries are divine. If you want something a little different, how about chicken and waffles?
Next door to the hotel is the lotus flower-shaped ArtScience Museum, which hosts exhibitions from design to technology. A short walk away, the Gardens By The Bay cover 250 acres and feature 220,000 plants.
The 18 futuristic, steel-clad 'trees' are actually giant exhausts for the turbines that cool the bio-dome greenhouses.
Head to one of Singapore's giant malls and you'll never be short of shopping and dining opportunities, but it's even better for a reviving blast of cool air in a city that often has high humidity levels.
At Ion on Orchard Road, there are plenty of designer stores to browse, although there are budget options too. As a tourist, you can claim back the seven per cent Goods & Services Tax.
When you're ready for a snack, go to the basement food court for toast with kaya, a caramel-like spread of sugar, coconut milk and eggs.
In Chinatown, chef Ivan Brehm, formerly of Heston Blumenthal's Fat Duck, conjures up superb flavours at Nouri. A five-course tasting menu with wine pairings costs £155 per person. Dishes include Afro-Brazilian fritters with turmeric, coconut sauce, bread and salted prawn vatapa, and nasturtium marshmallow with candied orange.
A short walk away is Native, where Vijay Mudaliar crafts cocktails from weird and wonderful ingredients including pureed grasshoppers.
Day Two, morning
Escape the hustle and bustle and see a different side of Singapore by taking the North-South line of the metro to Kranji and the Kranji War Cemetery, where 4,000 Commonwealth soldiers killed in two world wars lie buried.
Before you head back, join the locals in the Kopitam cafe at Kranji station, where a bowl of laksa - spicy noodle soup - costs less than £2.50.
Back in central Singapore, see places featured in the recent hit movie Crazy Rich Asians from the sidecar of a souped-up, chauffeur-driven Vespa. The two-hour tour includes a stop for food.
Hawker centres are an institution here - no-frills food courts where the prices are great and food is top-notch.
In Queenstown, Timbre+ provides a modern take on one, with outlets housed in shipping containers. Grab a bucket of ice for your beers, then choose a starter at one spot, a main somewhere else and dessert at a third.
Before you head to Changi Airport for your flight back to the UK, kick back at Timbre+'s rooftop pool - it's open until midnight.